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Cradled in the canyons of the Mule Mountains, Bisbee grew from a tiny copper mining camp in 1880 to a solid and wealthy town in 1910.
The mines have closed, but a late 19th century atmosphere has made Bisbee a favorite of visitors from around the world.

Visitors can stroll through charming turn-of-the-century architecture housing unique art and antique galleries, one-of-a-kind specialty shops, and charming bed and breakfasts.
Bisbee’s mining heritage can be experienced at the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum, America’s only rural Smithsonian affiliate and on the Queen Mine Tour, Arizona’s only underground mine tour.

Bisbee Buildings
Bisbee Buildings



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